Sponsor News: Welcome Rudolph Foods to the 2013 Manufacturer Series
The 2013 Manufacturer Series is pleased to announce that Rudolph Foods is joining as a sponsor for the Fun Ford Weekend, Super Chevy Shows and Mega Mopar Action Series. Racers, car show participants and spectators alike can now enjoy Ruldolph Foods snakes at all of the tracks that are hosting the any of the 2013 events for all three series.
“It’s great to have a family-owned company like Rudolph Foods as part of our growing Manufacturer Series events,” says Jeff Lacina, marketing director for the Fun Ford Weekend Series. “They care about their people, products and their customers – so they are an excellent fit with the family-friendly atmosphere we strive to create at all of our Manufacturer Series events and host race tracks.”
In addition to being able to purchase Rudolph Foods products at the concession stands, racers and participants also receive coupons that can be redeemed for free products after the event.
Be sure to stop by the concessions stands at any of the Manufacturer Series events or pickup Rudolph Foods snacks on your next road or shopping trip.
About Rudolph Foods
For 57 years, Rudolph Foods’ commitment to excellence has been passed from generation to generation, just like their love for flavorful, traditional pork rinds snacks. In 1955, John Rudolph learned of an untapped market for pork rinds and the Ohio entrepreneur quickly launched his own company producing pork rinds from smoked bacon rinds.
Two years later the company would face its first big challenge, the meat industry no longer smoked the rind on the bacon. Under pressure to save their fledgling business, John’s wife, Mary, put her home economics background to work and invented a revolutionary process the company still uses today.
With Mary’s surefire recipe and John’s leadership, Rudolph Foods became a snack industry success story. Since then, John and his sons have continued to dramatically expand their business and the family tradition.
With headquarters in Lima, OH, the company now has seven facilities in the United States and three International ventures. With more than 400 employees, Rudolph Foods has launched into new areas of the snack food industry while maintaining its presence as the nation’s leading producer of pork rinds and cracklin snacks.